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. we have had problems with sludge build ups in san francisco because of this and it smells bad. >> that's another subject. let's get to myth number two. chuckle about this one. wind farms have devastating impact on birds. we chuckle because there is video of a turbine taking out a bird. but you say this is a myth. how so? >> so, when turbines kill anywhere between 100 and 300,000 birds annually every year. that sounds like a lot until you consider that in new york city alone 90 thundershowers birds run into windows and die. if you extrapolate that throughout the country. if you have a cat, what your cat does when he is not around the house is he is out in the neighborhood murdering birds. and our cats kill around 500 million birds every year annually as well. so when you look at all the number of birds that die each year, wind turbines kill maybe .006% of all birds in this country it's a fraction of a fraction of fraction. >> many more myths just like that in the book. including some about hydro electric power as well. dr. alex, the book is "science left behind." thanks for bei
from around san francisco up. here's your high temps today, warm across the plains and very cold across parts of the pacific northwest, only 49 degrees, today in towards seattle and the cold remains there in the northern plains tomorrow, but, the warm-up continues, across the central plains. >> alisyn: thanks, rick. >> rick: you bet. >> dave: let's talk about benghazi, 17 days out from the election, you how will what happened before the attack on benghazi and how the administration handled it after, how will it impact this election with just two weeks from tuesday, the big day. let's ask dick morris, who is here. good to have you in studio here. >> great, very remote. >> dave: usually you don't like to get that close to us. the debate on monday is about foreign policy but the last time romney had an opportunity he got lost in semantics and lost in an argument, and, how can he make a broader argument or picture. >> well i think she should switch grounds on this. not change his position. but, change the nature of his attack. i don't think it is particularly important whether obama knew im
degrees tonight. the san francisco giants took game two. 2 to 0. now in detroit with momentum on their side. >> our own dave briggs is live from comerica park in detroit with all the buzz in the stadium. how is it, dave? >> hey, dave. freezing cold, guys. i miss you. i miss you right now. i really do. i miss the alisyn camerota tropical temperatures. right now it's about 40. it's windy, it's cold and it will be as you said tonight. just one network inside comerica park in detroit this morning. so pretty cool. really just one chance, i think, to get back in this series for the whole time tigers. 14 of the last 15 and 8 teams in a row took a 2-0 lead in the world series went on to win it all. that's why momentum is all on the side of the giants. they arrived here after 5:00 p.m. last night coming straight to the ballpark. they worked down here under the lights. one thing they really hit you about this team they are very loose, very relaxed. they're always laughing. making fun of each other, joking. that seems to be the mentality of bruce's ball club. >> it's great to have a lead
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